The summer, the Goffstown Main Street Program will roll out three new programs.
"We wanted to shake things up a bit this summer and do a few more daytime things," said Main Street Director Robbie Grady.
On Thursdays in July, Main Street will host picnics in the park from noon to 1 pm. Families are invited to eat a picnic lunch on the common with different theme children's activities each week.
July 5- teddy bears
July 12- fairies
July 19- pirates
Then on Tuesdays and Thursdays in August from noon to 1 pm, get out on the Common for a program called Moving on Main Street. Main Street will partner with the Goffstown Allard Center YMCA to give participants an opportunity to try different fitness regimes, such as yoga, Zumba, tain chi and fitness boot camp.
The last program is called Weed and Wine Wednesdays, which takes place from July 11 to August 29 at 6pm. Residents are invited to bring their gardening gloves and help weed sidewalks for about 30 minutes, then head to a local restaurant to get to know each other.
Cider Press will rock the Langdel Arena, June 30th at 8:00 pm
New Boston's 81st Annual 4th of July Celebration is just around the corner, and what better way to kick off this lively celebration than by kicking it up at the Barn Dance. Featuring New Boston's own Cider Press cranking out a great mix of classic rock favorites, the Barn Dance will rock the 4-H Youth Center arena, Route 13, New Boston, from 8:00 pm to midnight.
There's still time to gather friends and family and create a float for the 4th of July parade! This year's theme is "Families," and cash prizes are awarded to the top floats. Call Laura Bernard at 487-2556 to register your float soon!
There's a lot more information about the July 4th event in the June edition of the New Boston Bulletin!!
A program titled "How to Protect You and Your Family from Lyme Disease" takes place Wednesday, June 20, from 6:30 to 7:30 at Dunbarton Elementary School.
The speaker will be Dr. Fengxiang Gao, cihief of virology and molecular diagnostics at the state of New Hampshire Public health Laboratories.
This program will teach you what you need to know to continue to enjoy the outdoors and protect yourself against this health threat.
New Hampshire has the second highest incidence of Lyme disease in the country. 53% of all ticks recently tested in Merrimack County carried the bacterium that causes the disease. Learn what you need to know to continue to enjoy the outdoors and protect yourself against this serious health threat.
This is a free program. All are welcome.
Brought to you by the Dunbarton Conservation Commission in partnership with the Dunbarton Public Library & Dunbarton Garden Club. For more information, email email@example.com.